Articles by Ian Shalapata

Organizers of Bluesfest Windsor gathered to announce the lineup of artists, on 22 March 2017.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Curtain Lifts On 2017 Bluesfest Lineup

(WINDSOR, ON) – The much anticipated lineup for the 2017 edition of Bluesfest Windsor was announced yesterday, but organizers are teasingly holding back the schedule…


Two women and a man are wanted in connection with a theft from a jewellery store on 16 March 2017.Photos courtesy of Windsor Police Service.

Trio Sought After Jewellery Theft

(WINDSOR, ON) – Windsor Police are trying to locate three suspects who are wanted in connection with a jewellery heist at a store in the…



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We’re Looking For Your Input

The Square is hoping for some feedback from our readers. Here is a quick 10-question survey we hope you’ll fill out. Your responses will help…


Windsor Transit

Injured Man Charged With Assault

(WINDSOR, ON) – Police are reporting an assault which occurred on a Windsor Transit bus in the area of Drouillard Road and Seminole Street during…



Workers at the Canadian Hearing Society were forced to strike on 8 March 2017.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Hearing Society Strike Enters Day-9

(WINDSOR, ON) – Having gone without a contract for four years, Ontario workers at the Canadian Hearing Society, including the branches in Windsor and Chatham,…


Windsor firefighters attend to a collision on Dominion Boulevard near McKay just after 4:00pm on 13 March 2017.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Winter Driving In Windsor

(WINDSOR, ON) – In the face of a special weather statement from Environment Canada, warning of accumulations of snow in the range of 4 to…


Over 6,000 people living in Windsor had an outstanding balance on their hydro bills at the end of 2015.

Ontario Power Profits Up

(WINDSOR, ON) – One of the main benefactors of the increasing cost of hydro in the province is the Ontario government. On Friday, its wholly-owned…